Goud derives inspiration from his childhood in rural Andhra Pradesh, India. The flora and fauna is typically lush and wild and his tribal men and women are clad in colorful lungis and saris and bejeweled with traditional tribal ornaments. Though he portrays scenes from daily life with common folk his works are highly stylised to reflect a sort of fantasy world. Goud has experimented with various types of media, from traditional oils, to watercolor, pen, ink, colored pencil and etchings.
This particular work pays supreme attention to detail. The artist does not leave a single space uncovered. The young girl gazing demurely yet seductively is executed with meticulous deliberation against a background in a multitude of colors.